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Tasha Patton
5 days ago

What made you want to work for Goodwill?

Something different

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Brandy Gayton

They hire the unemployable

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Luis Quintero
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Sandra Adleman

At the location I worked at (Doubletree Chicago - Northshore), it was privately managed. I was able to move from server in the restaurant to Administrative Assistant to the General Manager, and finally to Conference Services Manager. I had experiential background in management as well as a Master's Degree. Once they saw that the skills transferred well from working in College and Universities, I was promoted.

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Melinda Robinson

They ask you to take a position n give it to somel thru a temp sservice thats only been with them a week and never tell you anything

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Cassandra Gholson
6 days ago
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Cade Gullickson

I worked for Quest as a contract lab technologist in the Valley Health System in Las Vegas from 2009 to 2014, when VHS took the labs in-house. I had a good experience with Quest. They were very good to employees and pay was above average. Well run labs.

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Ryan Babcock

It is one of the safest opportunities an individual can have when it comes to long term employment.

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Keith Robbins

Just to be totally honest I can't answer that question. I need to work there first before I could give any kind of answer that would be valid.

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Darlene Stuart
5 days ago

What I loved about working at #Sierra Trading Post/TJX Companies was

Enjoyed call center experience with technology, researching customer accounts, and helping customers.

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Carrie Griffes
  1. Company head and imidiate supervisor made derogatory comment about degrees.
  2. Yelling matches between owner and head man that included cussing.
  3. Constant finger pointing.
  4. Constant use of the term, can't.
  5. Same problems and errors every month.
  6. Heavy turn over.
  7. Supervisors consistently working 20 or more hours ot, a biweekly pay period. Not just heavy periods.
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Tseghay Ghebretsadkan

I hate drama too

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Ruth Ford

The representatives were caring and considerate. The job assignment was always interesting.

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Pedro Ulloa
13 days ago
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Joseph Smith

I worked as both a package handler and a driver's helper. My day started at 1130 at night and we worked to about 9am, we tooked packages off the conveyer belt and then scanned and loaded them onto the proper truck. I was charged with loading five trucks and also properly entering data for every package going to the military base. Around 830am the drivers would show up and critique your loading of their trucks. After that I was usually asked by a lead driver to assist a driver who had a large load. It was fun. I'm not sure how things are now but the lead driver would give me a $100 every time I helped.

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Phil Kim

Dependability, friendly, good attitude. Customer service experience is always a plus but not required..

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Jamall Cleveland

Eye to eye contact

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Marsha Covry
13 days ago
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Daniel Verastequi

Jobs pay very well I just retired from them at 106K yr. USPS is moving toward
parcel delivery as main product source. Advancement if you want it also available.

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